Location: Meet at the Visitor Center
Celebrate Mother’s Day together, sampling period teas, finger sandwiches, and delicious desserts while exploring tea etiquette with the guidance of a costumed interpreter. After the tea, family members can create a special period craft to take home for the Moms in their lives.
Event begins at 2:30PM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House & Gardens
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